Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 will launch in India next week


Xiaomi have finally revealed the launch date for the much-awaited Redmi Note 3 in India.

Previously, xiaomi chose a bunch of testers in their ‘Mi Generation’ program who received units of the Redmi Note 3.

Coming back to the launch next week, here’s what you need to know: it’ll take place in New Delhi, on the 3rd of March. As usual, Xiaomi want the event to be full of energy, and have thus invited their fans to attend the event. Those interested can find more info here.

The first real Xiaomi device to launch in India was the Mi 4i. While the phone itself isn’t known as the best Xiaomi branded device, the launch event marked Xiaomi’s first ‘international’ launch.

Potential Redmi Note 3 buyers in India, how much do you think you’d be happy to pay for the phone? Read our reviews of the 2GB RAM and 3GB RAM versions of the phone meanwhile.

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7 Comments

  1. MaxPower
    February 22, 2016

    I’m expecting huge numbers here

    • vijay sud
      February 22, 2016

      Demand might be there, but will Xiaomi have the supply, i doubt their capacity to supply large numbers of Redmi Note 3 Pro

      • MaxPower
        February 22, 2016

        I agree with you but I think that the harassment of going though flash sales might be better than maybe wait 6 months more.
        What’s your opinion?

  2. Young
    February 22, 2016

    That must be the SD version. Note 3 pro.

  3. vijay sud
    February 22, 2016

    Only launch will be there on 3rd March, tardy that Xiaomi is, in getting stuff in to India market, it will be not have good quantity of these phones for sale before May, 16. By that time Letv would have sold over 1 million Le1s in India.

  4. Wolvie
    February 22, 2016

    I thought that damn ericsson still demanding license fee for any Xiaomi smartphone with mediatek chip inside ?

    • tiktaktik
      February 22, 2016

      Its the snapdragon version